This survey closed on December 1, 2022. View Survey Results »

State of JavaScript 2022

For the first time in a while, it feels like the status quo of the JavaScript ecosystem is being questioned.

Faster bundling with Vite, island architecture with Astro, resumability with Qwik… New entrants are challenging the old guard, and the result is a lot more excitement, but also a lot more uncertainty.

So once more, let's try and figure out together where JavaScript is going, in 2022 and beyond.



How will this data be used?
All data collected will be released publicly. It will then become a resources both for developers, who consult it to inform their technological choices, and browser vendors, who use it to prioritize focus areas and inform their roadmaps.
When will the results be released?
The survey will run until December 15, 2022, and the survey results will be released shortly afterwards.
Who runs this survey?
This survey is run by Devographics together with a collective of contributors, translators, and volunteers.
Is answering every question required?
No, every question of the survey is optional and can freely be skipped.
Where can I learn more?
You can learn more about last year's survey here.

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